FELLOWS James

Category: Military
Regiment or Ship: Army Reserve
Occupation: Carman Wine Merchant
Date of Birth: 1879
Place of Birth: Udimore, Sussex
Date of Death: 09.08.1958
Place of Death: Bexhill, SussexAddress: 3 North Street, Bexhill

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Family Information

Parents:          James Fellows, b. 1848 in Winchelsea, and Mary Anne Fellows (nee Baker), b. 1852 in Brede, d. 1903.

Siblings:

Henry Fellows, b. 1877 in Udimore.

Edith E. Fellows, b. 1881 in Udimore.

George S. Fellows, b. 1882 in Udimore. W0243 FELLOWS George S

Frank Fellows, b. 1884 in Udimore.

In 1891 the family were living at Stonelink Farm, Brede, and James was working as an agricultural labourer, Henry was a cowboy and James junior was a carter boy. By 1901 they had moved to Bexhill, 11 Belle Hill, and both James senior and James junior were employed as general labourers. George was then working as a gas hot water fitter.

Spouse.          On 13.08.1904 James married Edith Veness, b. 1879 in Penhurst, and they had two children:

                        Florence Ivy Fellows, b. 1905 in Bexhill.

                        Frank Fellows, b. 1908 in Bexhill, d. 1981.

In 1911 James’ family were living at 11 Reginald Road but by 1915 had moved to 3 North Street.

First World War Experience

Like his brother, George, James’ war service is difficult to trace. There is a notice in the local newspaper dated 18th December 1915 saying that he had joined the Reserves and another dated 1st January 1916 saying that he was ‘serving’. Nothing else can be definitely be put to this James’ service during 1915 and 1919.

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